Second half of a Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorriss and Michael Palmer. Palmer reads "The metaphysician of Prague, autobiography 11" and "Burning deck," among others.(Continued from 02P013)
A lecture by Michael Palmer exploring translation and its aesthetic implications. The title refers to writers who refuse to submit to an authoritarian poetic or political reality. Palmer discusses Arthur Rimbaud, Herman Melville, Stephane Mallarme, Friedrich Holderlin ,Octavio Paz and Paul Celan. The lecture concludes with a brief question and answer session.
First half of a Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorriss and Michael Palmer. Each writer reads a selection of their work, including "The Trang sisters" by Nguyen, "A Poem for the love of women" by McMorris," and "Sun" by Michael Palmer. (Continues on 02P014)